Differences In A Dystopian Society

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A world denied of violence, judgement, and conflict. In that individuals initiate their own words, they find their superlative way of living in the ideal thought of religion, and the perfect government. Aldous Huxley’s Brave New Worlds novel has several striking differences in today’s society. These differences do not make our society into becoming like the World State. In this dystopian society the government gets the upper hand on everything. In Brave New World dystopian society, humans are genetically bred and are conditioned to serve a administering arrange. All freedom and liberty are lost, but the population does not seem to know that it is missing because they have never known freedom.
The World State is a unified government, which
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Individuals are not born, they are decanted in hatcheries; and restoratively and mentally controlled so that they have just the right intelligence, strength, and attractiveness to fill the social and financial positions that will require to be filled. “They'll grow up with what the psychologists used to call an 'instinctive' hatred of books and flowers. Reflexes unalterably conditioned. They'll be safe from books and botany all their lives." The Director turned to his nurses. "Take them away again." (Huxley 22) Society is conditioned to believe that there is no such thing as nature and instinct. In the World State the people are brainwashed to believe certain morals and the value of society. Near the end of Brave New World, Mustapha Mond cites, “one believes things because one has been conditioned to believe them.” (Huxley 234) In this dystopian society, babies are developed and grown in containers and mentally conditioned to hold certain beliefs. Mustapha Mond is stating that this is the only reason anyone believes anything, since they are advised and conditioned to. Each person exists to serve its community and do its job to be consumers and workers. Implantation methods are used in today’s society for numerous couples. They also go see specialist to help them produce if they can not do so. Births are generally produced natural. However we are all together created through the womb of our mothers and are not advised or conditioned to believe in the beliefs of others. For example choosing what religion to believe in. Therefore, identity is a way to say who you are. Genes play an extremely vital role in our identity and personality traits

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